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      vés t'en a pastar fang!

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        Jaume Ortolà i Font added a comment -

        vés-te'n a pastar fang!

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        Jaume Ortolà i Font added a comment - vés-te'n a pastar fang!
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        Linda Oxnard added a comment -

        Bah! There is no actual entry for 'rack' to add this to so:
        rack
        noun
        1. Segons el OALD:
        (often in compounds) a piece of equipment, usually made of metal or wooden bars, that is used for holding things or for hanging things on: a vegetable / wine / plate / toast rack * I looked through a rack of clothes at the back of the shop. * Remove the cakes from the oven and cool on a wire rack.—see also luggage rack, roof rack. [Not sure what to put here...]
        I have no idea what the generic word for 'rack' might be in Catalan, if indeed there is one (help?). However, here are a few compounds:
        clothes rack - penja-robes
        luggage rack - portaequipatge
        magazine rack - revister
        roof rack - baca
        towel rack [AmE] - tovalloler
        wine rack - ampoller? (I found this in the 'Diccionari del Vi' produced by Xavier Rull, not sure if it's widespread in everyday language or not...
        2. [food] according to Termcat, this is 'carré'. However, I'm a bit confused as they also claim this means 'loin'. Surely these are two completely different cuts of meat?
        3. the rack - el poltre

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        Linda Oxnard added a comment - Bah! There is no actual entry for 'rack' to add this to so: rack noun 1. Segons el OALD: (often in compounds) a piece of equipment, usually made of metal or wooden bars, that is used for holding things or for hanging things on: a vegetable / wine / plate / toast rack * I looked through a rack of clothes at the back of the shop. * Remove the cakes from the oven and cool on a wire rack.—see also luggage rack, roof rack. [Not sure what to put here...] I have no idea what the generic word for 'rack' might be in Catalan, if indeed there is one (help?). However, here are a few compounds: clothes rack - penja-robes luggage rack - portaequipatge magazine rack - revister roof rack - baca towel rack [AmE] - tovalloler wine rack - ampoller? (I found this in the 'Diccionari del Vi' produced by Xavier Rull, not sure if it's widespread in everyday language or not... 2. [food] according to Termcat, this is 'carré'. However, I'm a bit confused as they also claim this means 'loin'. Surely these are two completely different cuts of meat? 3. the rack - el poltre
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        Linda Oxnard added a comment -

        and Jaume, I'll be extra careful when I add 'vés-te'n a pastar fang' * (damn pronouns)

        • I had two attempts at getting this right just typing it above
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        Linda Oxnard added a comment - and Jaume, I'll be extra careful when I add 'vés-te'n a pastar fang' * (damn pronouns) I had two attempts at getting this right just typing it above
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        Gill Martin added a comment -

        Re the [food] entry, rack of lamb is carré de xai, which I'd always assumed was a loan-word from French.

        Loin is llom, as in llom de porc.

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        Gill Martin added a comment - Re the [food] entry, rack of lamb is carré de xai, which I'd always assumed was a loan-word from French. Loin is llom, as in llom de porc.

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